The secret lives of the selfie-taking reindeer
Researchers in Norway have released a series of intimate photographs which chart the lives of a herd of reindeer over a four-year period.
The 'reindeer selfies' were captured by cameras hung around the reindeer’s necks. Olav Strand, from the Norwegian Institute of Nature Research said, 'In the worst storms there have ever been...the reindeer have been there, and they survive. We know that, but we’ve never been able to see it - until now.' Read more: thelocal.no